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Testimonials

June 2016 - My breeding objectives of balancing plenty of good, soft, white wool of around 20 microns with high fertility; are certainly being met by GullenGamble.   This year, after a good wint...

Don Macdonald - Molong and Brewarrina

Aug 2015.  For the past 2 years we have been joining GullenGamble Merinos at 8 to 9 months of age.  At weaning, the ewes and wethers are supplementary fed in lucerne and oats; allowing the e...

Michael & Leanne Heywood - "Old Mungery" Peak Hill

Aug 2015.  We have been using GullenGamble rams since the Stud formed 17 years ago.  During the first 5 years, our fibre diameter dropped from 22 microns to 19 microns.  Now, 12 years o...

Holland Family, "Uungula" Wellington

2014. "We have been GullenGamble clients for 15 years.  The journey has been interesting, as we have come from a plain bodied 22 micron flock, which was medium framed and cutting 4 to 5 kg of woo...

John & Penny Holland “Uungula” Wellington

2013. "I have been buying GullenGamble rams now for 4 years; initially because I was interested in the SRS line of sheep breeding, as we had continual problems with dermatitis and flystrike - given ou...

Westbrook Holdings, Black Springs near Oberon

"I have worked in the sheep industry for 20 plus years with considerable experience in Merino Stud management and in my opinion the Merinos and Polls at GullenGamble show exeptional size, constitution...

Jamie Barclay, Barclay Livestock Management Services

We have found a real lift in maturity and frame with the GullenGamble sheep which has now allowed us to start joining our maiden ewes 9 months early than in the past....

Phillip & Rana Hunter “Minnamurra” Yeoval

After 5-6 years of using GullenGamble rams in our self replacing merino flock at “Red Hill”, I have been very pleased with the rich bright, well nourished length of staple produced on a re...

Johnson Family “Red Hill” Yeoval

“I have been purchasing GullenGamble rams now for over 11 years.  Every year I am noticing improvements in my flock with frame, wool and in particular lambing percentage.  Generally, i...

Don Macdonald “Keelambara” Tilpa

I have been using GullenGamble rams for 7 years now and my lambing gets better and better all the time, with the last 2 years being exceptional. At scanning May 2008, I had the phenomenal rate of 200 ...

Paul McCulloch “Danibe” Garoo (Tamworth)

We have been using GullenGamble rams for the past 14 years and as a result now have large frame sheep with free growing wool, high lambing percentages producing a fast growing and quick maturing sheep...

Ted & Fiona Hodges “Avoca” Baldry

2011 “We have been GullenGamble clients for 12 years. During our first six years, we have been able to reduce our fibre diameter from an average of 22 to 19 micron.  Progressively, we have ...

John & Penny Holland “Uungula” Wellington

Blue Shearing Services has been associated with GullenGamble Merino Stud since 2002. GullenGamble rams are used in over 20% of the sheep in my run. GullenGamble sheep are thin skinned and uncomplicate...

Ralph Blue - Blue Shearing Services, Yeoval

I have had the privilege of marketing the GullenGamble livestock for the previous 4 years. It is after seeing the results from over the hook sales and the open auction fat sales that I can say with th...

Tim Wiggins - Christie and Hood, Dubbo

Contact Details

Mark & Kym Kerin

"GullenGamble"  YEOVAL NSW 2868

Home (Ph/Fax): 02 6846 4252

Mark (Mob): 0427 464 252     

The Right Balance Between Wool & Meat

Why GullenGamble Merinos?

We offer our clients the chance to be in the enviable position of being able to adjust their Merinos rapidly towards either natural fibre production or meat production - to meet current market trends. The versatility and flexibility that the GullenGamble Merino offers to your business is that you are not tied down to choosing between trying to sell a wether lamb to the meat trade or to keep it for wool production.

The GullenGamble Merino offers you multiple market choices.